What to Watch Today

Timeless Heads for a Time-Out, Top Model 2.0 and More

Timeless Recap

On TV this Monday: The clock runs out on Timeless‘ fall run, an Arrested Development matriarch visits The Odd Couple and America’s Next Top Model returns… on a new runway. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:

  • NBC
    The Voice

    Season 11 finale (Night 1 of 2): The final four vocalists perform in front of Miley, Alicia, Adam and Blake. (Watch exclusive outtakes.)

  • CBS
    Kevin Can Wait

    Fall finale: Kevin helps Mott and his seven (!) kids prepare for the holidays; Kyle assists Donna with things at home. (View CBS midseason premiere dates.)

  • Lifetime
    Billboard Women in Music 2016

    Madonna is named Woman of the Year; additional awardees include Andra Day, Halsey and Shania Twain.

  • TBS
    People of Earth

    Ozzie makes a shocking confession; Father Doug has an experience; Jeff is hellbent on finding Kurt’s killer. (Which TBS talker was recently renewed?)

  • CBS
    2 Broke Girls

    Max fears Randy is blocking her calls; Oleg worries about Sophie spending time with their new “manny.” (Check out Caroline’s Covert new love interest.)

  • CBS
    The Odd Couple

    Fall finale: Felix tries to adhere to Unger family traditions when his mom (Arrested Development‘s Jessica Walter) visits for Christmas. (Bad news, folks.)

  • VH1
    America's Next Top Model

    Season 23 premiere: New network, new host! Rita Ora presides over the competition, with supermodel Ashley Graham, Paper Magazine CCO Drew Elliott and celebrity stylist Law Roach serving as judges. (Watch teaser.)

  • NBC

    Fall finale: Lucy, Wyatt and Rufus travel to the year 1780, where they make a startling revelation about the American Revolution. (Get return date.)

  • CBS

    Walter and the team rush to the aid of a woman trapped in the La Brea Tar Pits. (Talk about a sticky situation!) Also, Veronica helps Ralph boost his troop’s cookie sales.

  • Comedy Central
    The Daily Show With Trevor Noah

    President Barack Obama sits down with Noah at the White House, marking his appearance on the faux newscast since Jon Stewart’s departure.